In Appreciation: Recognizing Karisa Tashjian for National Teacher Appreciation Day

May 3 is Teacher Appreciation Day. Over the past few years we have highlighted outstanding teachers with whom World Education has worked. This year we would like to acknowledge a person who is not presently a teacher but who has been hiring, training and supporting teachers as Providence Library’s Education Director and as Director of … Continue reading In Appreciation: Recognizing Karisa Tashjian for National Teacher Appreciation Day

Federal Initiative Highlights Role of Libraries in Immigrant Skill-Building

By Amanda Bergson-Shilcock, National Skills Coalition

Participants in the federal Networks for Integrating New Americans technical assistance initiative gathered in Washington DC recently for a two-day convening. Joining the convening for its second day were members of the initiative’s Technical Work Group, a group of advisors that includes National Skills Coalition Senior Policy Analyst Amanda Bergson-Shilcock. Continue Reading →